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With our northern JR pass, we took the Nakasaki Line to Hizen-Kashima station (1hr), a small station with only 1 exit. We were the only one alighting at this station at around 10.30am. Thought we got it wrong. Station staff showed us the Tourist Info...More
Very beautiful Japanese Architecture. The shire is locate on the green mountain. Very enjoy walking along the step to the main building. From main hall, can walk up to the other part of the shire, where can enjoy view from the top. Feel peaceful and...More
This shrine is like Kiyomizudera + Fushimi Inari + Nikko Toshogu shrine, stunning and its not completed overrun with fellow visitors. So happy I could get a Saga Prefecture temple stamp (Goshuin) here, which has not been easy to find (none such luck in Arita...More
Visited this place back in Feb. This was our first stop as part of our trip to explore Kyushu. Our primary purpose was to obtain the Japan welcome sim card (which at the time of visit, was available free of charge from the yutoku inari...More
My wife and I visited Japan many times but this one very unique. We love the ancient culture of Japan and their cuisine.
While staying in Kyoto we took a side trip to Inari that is only two stops by train.
The key visit was...More
Ok, so i'm kind of a shrine lover because i think their architecture is also quite beautiful and some have these really nice red torii gates somewhere along an uphill path where you climb up and be rewarded with these amazing views from above.
This temple is beautiful designed. I walked around the hills, which will take a hour and it is hard work climbing the stairs. It was low season so only a hand full of people there and it was great for photos with almost no people.
I came to this shrine from Fukuoka. I took the train to Hizen-Kashima, and then a bus from platform No.3 of the bus station, which is across the street from the train station. It's in a white building on the right-side of the road. The...More